President Muhammadu Buhari

NNPC, CBN: President Buhari’s nexus of failures

By Uche ChrisNigeria’s two most important agencies were in the news last week for the wrong reasons. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, and...
President Muhammadu Buhari

Insecurity: Why Nigeria needs help? Refusing foreign assistance is foolish pride!

By Uche ChrisNigeria’s current insecurity challenge, particularly in the North east and north west, is symptomatic of the bad politics and inert diplomacy that...

Nigeria: Signs of the end (Pt.2)

By Uche ChrisIn the first part of this article published a forth night ago, it was argued that the northern elite represented by the...

Nigeria: Signs of the end

Uche ChrisHappenings in Nigeria today are sad reminders to us of how things can go terribly wrong if we take them for granted; which...

CBN’S stagflation dilemma: No solution in sight to Nigeria’s economic woes!

By Uche ChrisThe Monetary Policy Committee, MPC, meeting of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has sufficiently become a routinely uninspiring drudgery brought about...
Bishop Matthew Kukah

Bishop Kukah as Nigeria’s metaphor

By Uche ChrisThe present ordeals of respected cleric and Catholic Bishop of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan Kukah, in the hands of the federal government of...
Traders at Mile 12 Market, Lagos

Nigeria’s worst recession: why now?

By Uche ChrisFor an economy to go into recession should not be an issue of great concern; recession is a natural economic cycle. But...

Naira’s exchange rate and Emefiele’s headache (Part 1)

By UCHE CHRIS  For some personal reasons, I had refrained from delving into Nigeria’s most economic headache – the value of the naira. As a...

EOP: Nigeria’s unwinnable war

By UCHE CHRISThis may sound harsh and brutal but nevertheless, it is the bitter truth: Nigeria’s war on insurgency has come to stay. It...

Private, Public Sector Leaders Strengthen U.S.-Nigeria Commercial Ties

Leading Nigeria private and public sector leaders work to deepen trade and investment ties between the United States and Nigeria.Speaking at a reception...